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English - TERCER GRADO

En esta pantalla puedes ver los estándares y expectativas definidos por el Departamento de Educación para tercer grado, en English. Además, a la izquierda de su pantalla, podrá acceder a los estándares y expectativas de otros grados. Desde aquí tiene la opción de ver los Planes del Grado disponibles o añadir un Plan Nuevo a este grado y materia.

Listening/Speaking

The student uses the English language to interpret oral input, construct meaning, interact with confidence both verbally and nonverbally, and express ideas effectively in a variety of personal, social, and academic contexts.

Listens carefully during a read aloud from a variety of narrative texts to comprehend and iden t ify the m a in character and setting.
Applies phone m ic awareness and auditory discrimination and distinguishes between singular/plur a l forms as well as past/present tense of regular verbs.
Listens and responds to, gives commands, provides both instructions and directions; shares answers and formulates the 5-W Questions (who, what, when, where, and why).
Uses and applies appropriate language structure with formal and informal expressions to identify, describe, and classify familiar co n cepts in relation to personal experiences, preferences, interests, and environment
Identifies and states the main idea or topic of an oral message or class reading from a variety of simple informational texts and uses transitions to tell and retell a story using acquired vocabulary and appropriate language st ructure to personal experiences.
Reading

The student uses reading strategies, lit e ra r y ana l y s is, and critical thinking skills to c onstruct meaning and develop an understanding as w e ll as an appreciation of a varie t y of gen r es of both fiction a nd nonfiction.

Decodes words and phrases to read fluentl y .
Applies phonemic awa r eness strategies to identify syllables and word family patterns.
Uses context clues and resources to build vocabulary, verify meaning, determine the meaning of unfam i liar words, and to transfer meaning into a variety of narrat i ve and informational texts.
Identifies and states the main cha r acter(s), i dentifies character traits, establishes similarities and differences between characters, and identifies s etting within narrative text.
Uses story organization of begin n ing, middle, and end within narrative text to state and organize event s ; makes predictions and connections.
Recognizes differences between fiction and nonfiction; identifies fact and opinion; recognizes main idea in simple informational text.
Writing

The student effective l y com m unicates to a variety of audiences in all forms of w r iting through the use of the w ri t ing process, proper grammar, and a ge- appropriate expressive vocab ul a r y .

Arranges words in alphabetical order using first and second letter criteria.
Applies phonemic a w areness and phonics st rategies to correctly spell words that have two letter clusters, common spelling patterns, and uncommon consonant patterns.
Applies basic grammar and mechanics to write complete declarative and interrogative sentences of three to five words in length; identifies declarative, interrogative, excla m atory, and i mperative types of sentences; identifies the parts of speech.
Recognizes descriptive and narr a tive writing forms; writes words, phrases, and simple sentences to de v elop descriptive and narrative three sentence paragraphs.
Applies the dictionary as an aid in the writing process; uses simple prewriting techniques to generate ideas.